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The United Diocese of Argyll and The Isles is one of the seven historic Dioceses of the Scottish Episcopal Church.  With Cathedrals in Oban and on the Isle of Cumbrae, the Diocese extends from Iona as far inland as Glencoe and from Lewis and the Western Isles south to Kintyre and Arran. This breathtakingly beautiful region is covered by many Episcopalian churches, each offering a warm welcome with its own unique character.

Current Newsletter

Scottish Episcopal Institute Newsletter

Liturdi Albannach 1982 (Gaelic Liturgy 1982) – Full texts & sound recordings

Latest News

  • Thy Kingdom Come Thy Kingdom Come is the worldwide wave of prayer which last year reached 116 countries and in which the support of so many countries has been fantastic, beginning of Ascension Day, May 30th and running until Pentecost on June 9th.  
  • New priest for Stornoway We are delighted to announce that ….. The Reverend Canon Peter Moger has been appointed to the charge of St Peter’s, Stornoway and St Moluag’s, Eoropaidh, Isle of Lewis. Peter and his wife Heather’s move date to Lewis is 1st November 2019 to settle in Stornoway in the Autumn. Peter comes from York Minister where he has been ...
  • New Priest for Cowal The Rev David Railton has been appointed as the new Rector for the linked Charges of Holy Trinity, Dunoon and St Pauls, Rothesay. David Railton is currently Vicar of Blackwell and Coniscliffe Parishes, Darlington in the Diocese of Durham. In preparing to take up his appointment just after Easter David says “My wife, Sarah and I are ...
  • Diocesan Conference & Synod All members of the Diocese were invited to attend the Diocesan Conference and Synod . The Conference with keynote speaker Rev Richard Tiplady, took place at the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS), Dunstaffnage on Tuesday, 12th March. The Diocesan Synod was constituted on Tuesday, 12th March 2019 at the Syonod Eucharist in St John’s ...
  • Christmas Services Please find Christmas Services here
  • Rev Peter Rice RIP As you may already know, Peter has been receiving nursing care outside our home for the past six months. He died of cancer (and a chest infection) on Saturday 10 November in Worcester Hospital with Eleanor and I present. If you have already received this information, please accept our apologies. Peter’s funeral will be held at ...

News Archive

Daily Prayer

Daily Prayer from the Scottish Episcopal Church provincial website

Prayer Cycle

The Argyll and The Isles Diocesan Prayer Cycle is here

The Porvoo Communion prayer cycle can be downloaded here.  Please use in intercessions and personal prayer.  Prayers for 2018 can be downloaded here.

 

The Scottish Episcopal Institute prayer diary can be downloaded here